Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair 2012
Tuesday, March 06, 2012 • 10:00AM - 03:00PM
Location: Grand Ballroom - Stamp Student Union
Interested in Criminology and Criminal Justice internship and career opportunities OR ATTENDING a law specific graduate program?...Then, the Criminal Justice Career Fair is for YOU! Come network with employers, market your skill sets, and gather information on employment opportunities that await you. The Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair is open to ALL majors and alumni of the UMD College Park campus.
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The Criminal Justice Career Fair is co-sponsored by the Criminal Justice Student Association, and the University Career Center & The President's Promise.
**For additional information about this event, contact Stephanie Pratt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace Corps: Employer Networking and Information Session
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 • 04:00PM - 05:00PM
Location: University Career Center & The President's Promise (3100 Hornbake Library, South Wing)
Peace Corps will present an information session on their overseas positions. They are interested in students from ALL majors.
Appropriate Attire: Minimum attire for ALL sessions with employers present is business casual unless otherwise specified.
For additional information about this event, contact Benjamin Burnes at email@example.com.
POSITIONS: Careers4Terps highlighted position of the week!
C4T is a free web-based service providing UMD students and alumni access to full-time, part-time, and internship positions posted by employers looking to hire UMD students and alumni. To read more about the positions below, log in to your C4T account (http://www.careercenter.umd.edu/) and paste the ID number (listed beside the position titles) in the “Search” box. Positions are constantly being added to the C4T database.
Public Policy Intern (53833)
POSITION TYPE: Internship (Fall or Spring Part-Time)
National Council Community Behavioral Health - Washington, District of Columbia
Interns gain substantive experience in state and federal policy on issues affecting adults and children with mental disabilities and organizations that provide community-based mental health and addictions treatment. Interns conduct varied research — e.g. legislative, social science, regulatory — and produce fact sheets and policy papers.
Interns should have strong analytical, writing, research and computer skills, including the ability to effectively use the internet. Graduate students are preferred, but stellar undergraduates with a strong interest in mental health, addictions, healthcare, disability policy, and public education are also encouraged to apply.
Summer Student Volunteer Internship - Clerk's Office
Supreme Court of the United States
Duty Locations: 5 vacancy(s) - Washington DC Metro Area, District of Columbia
Salary: $0.00 to $0.00 / Per Year
Series and Grade: ZZ-0099-00
Open Period: Monday, February 27, 2012 to Thursday, March 08, 2012
Position Information: Summer - Full-Time
Who May Be Considered: US Citizens and Non-Citizens